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January 14, 2016 | Just For You
1. Inside Out Characters Toilet Paper Roll Craft
The best family-friendly movie of 2015 was undoubtedly Inside Out. Not only is it an entertaining, relatable story, but it’s also a useful way to spark discussions with kids about emotions and mental health. This craft depicts the five emotions depicted in Riley’s mind as she journeys through a difficult move and family issues along the way. From left to right: Sadness, Fear, Anger, Joy, and Disgust.
To make this craft, you’ll need materials like empty cardboard toilet paper rolls, paint, wiggle eyes, and coloured paper.
2. Dr. Seuss DIY Truffula Trees
“I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees for the trees have no tongues.” – Dr. Seuss, The Lorax.
Do you remember reading the Dr. Seuss books as a kid? If your kids or grand kids haven’t seen The Lorax movie, it’s worth it to set aside a day with them to watch the movie, talk about climate change, and make your own Truffula Tree! What you’ll need: coloured boa strands, clay flower pot, Styrofoam ball, wooden stick, tape, and glue.
3. Olaf Snowman Sock Tutorial
Do you want to build a snowman? Disney’s Frozen was a huge hit with adults and kids alike. I simply love Olaf! Here’s an easy craft you can use for a class project or a Saturday afternoon. It’s perfect if there isn’t quite enough snow to make an outdoor snowman. I wouldn’t mind making one for myself!
What you’ll need: a white sock, rice, pom poms, orange and black felt, googly eyes, glue, and clear hair elastics.
4. Minion Printable Banana Craft
Minions are taking the world by storm. Already there have been two Despicable Me movies released, followed by the Minions movie. Since then, we’ve seen Minion action figures, Halloween costumes, themed desserts, and more. This is easily the easiest craft of the bunch, but it might be the cutest 😉
All you need to do is get a bunch of yellow bananas and print the cut-out pattern. Use scissors to cut it out before gluing it on a banana. Please note: this craft isn’t recommended for young children.
5. Cinderella’s Glass Slippers DIY
Every time I watch the new Cinderella movie from Disney, I want to put on a big dress and twirl. Since we can’t have the magical dress or slippers made of glass, we might as well make the next best thing. This Cinderella Slipper craft is a little involved, so you’ll need to supervise if kids are making it.
You’ll need: white high heels, holographic tape, glue, suede fabric, brass butterflies, clip-on earrings, crystal triangles, polycrylic, and a paintbrush.